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Russian debtors of alimony will be denied the deferment granted to those who have two or more children or a pregnant wife. The bill, prepared by the Chairman of the Duma Committee on defence Andrey Krasivym, supported by the government of the country, reports “Interfax”.
The document proposes to impose on officers the obligation to report to the military Commissariat (on request) about the initiation of enforcement proceedings to recover debts from alimony, subject to call.
The government has proposed the MPs to revise the bill in the first reading, since the decision on enforcement proceedings “is not a sufficient and reliable source of information on the status of fulfillment of alimony obligations.”
The provisions of the document, in the opinion of the Cabinet, should also be extended to outstanding payments for the maintenance of a disabled child under the age of three years.
In July it was reported about the development of law prohibiting debtors alimony to pass the exams for the driving license. The draft document received the support of the Minister of internal Affairs Vladimir Kolokoltseva.
In December last year it was reported that the Russians in total owed more than 100 billion rubles for the maintenance of minor children.
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